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Package Versioning in MSDB


Package Versioning in MSDB

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Zack Klemm
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At my company, we deploy our SSIS packages to the MSDB.

Recently, for an audit, we were asked to provide an automated list of changes to some of the primary packages. In DTS 2000 this would be easy using the system tables like sysdtspackages. Is there something in SQL 2005 to create this same kind of audit trail?

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Chuck Rivel
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for 2005, the table that replaced the packages table is sysdtspackages90. In there, you will see you list of packages with the created date and package version.
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